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Kindermusik brings music and play to North County kids

Doreen McNeill and son Logan with teacher Nancy Knox play the triangle. Kids were in costume for Halloween. Babies and toddlers play instruments, sing and dance together at Paso’s Centennial Park Recreation Center.
Doreen McNeill and son Logan with teacher Nancy Knox play the triangle. Kids were in costume for Halloween. Babies and toddlers play instruments, sing and dance together at Paso’s Centennial Park Recreation Center. dmiddlecamp@thetribunenews.com

Babies and toddlers got their groove on during a music class in Paso Robles on Monday. In the North County, the 45-minute sessions, which require a four-week class registration fee, are offered through the recreation departments in the cities of Paso Robles and Atascadero. The classes, based off the Kindermusik International program provided in 70 countries, are designed to build a child's self-confidence, self-control and early language skills by combining music, storytelling and pretend play, according to www.kindermusik.com. Parents or caregivers also attend. In both locations, the classes are run by Nancy Knox’s Kindermusik of Paso Robles program.

Tonya Strickland: 805-781-7858, @tstrickland

How to sign up

Sessions are four weeks and offered at two locations:

Both locations have a $15 discount for siblings and an additional $12 fee per family for take-home digital materials.

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